With this year’s Town Caucus only six weeks away, the League of Women Voters of Harvard will hold a panel discussion on how to run for office and become a more engaged citizen Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m. in upper Town Hall.
Without endorsing its final criteria or scope, the selectmen voted Tuesday night to include an article on this year’s Annual Town Meeting warrant that would reduce the property taxes of Harvard’s most needy seniors.
The Massachusetts senior circuit breaker tax credit is a state benefit that allows eligible seniors who own or rent property to claim a refundable credit on their Massachusetts income tax.
After a hiatus of several years, the Hildreth Elementary School will again offer a full-day academic preschool program starting next fall for children from 3 to 5 years of age.
Harvard’s Water and Sewer Commission voted unanimously to increase both water and sewer rates by 10 percent at a Jan. 24 public hearing. No members of the public attended.